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Repair and Prepare for Fall


Factors like the sun and environmental stressors can cause damage throughout the summer. But, with the sudden change in weather, we also want to prevent new damage from occurring throughout the winter months, all while keeping our glow. Full of skin calming and antioxidant benefits, Inner Glow allows you to use one product to achieve an incredible range of skin replenishing results. Not only will your fall skincare routine be amplified, but it will also be simplified. Here’s everything thats trying to distort your natural beauty this fall, and how Inner Glow will help:

Prevent & Repair Dehydration: The sun and cold weather both leach the moisture from our skin - so ingredients like Grape Seed and Avocado oil work double time to not only protect from damage but also create a barrier to keep moisture in. Squalane, one of the most multi-correctional oils available, is wonderful for combating dryness around the eyes, which not only makes the skin instantly plumped and glowing, but also helps prevent and repair fine lines around the eyes. Jasmine extract, one of the rarest oils, envelops you in its sweet aromatherapeutic smell and actively replenishes the skins moisture barrier. Sea Buckthorn oil contains all the omegas, including the very rare omega 7, to further nourish and hydrate the skin.

Repair Sun Spots: those pesky spots that arise from prolonged periods in the sun can be gently reduced with consistent use of Inner Glow thanks to Squalane, Rosehip, Lemon Peel and Bergamot Peel oil actively brightening the skin.

Prevent Environmental Damage: free radicals, which are everywhere in our environment from pollution to smoke, are enemy number one, so we created a strong defence system with Calendula, Grape Seed, Avocado, Frankincense and Sea Buckthorn oil. Each ingredient is fighting environmental damage while also providing your skin with all the vitamins and omegas its lacking.

 


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